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    Chief Minister YS Jagan seeks blessings from Raja Shyamala at Visakha Sarada Peetham

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    Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy visited the Visakha Sarada Peetham in Pedamushidivada. He was invited to participate in the Raja Shyamala Yaga by Sri Swatmanandendra Saraswati.

    During the visit, Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy took part in rituals such as ‘Rajasyamala yagam’, ‘Rudra homam’, and ‘Poornahuti’ conducted by the main pontiff Sri Swaroopanandendra Saraswathi and the junior seer. He wore white silk traditional attire and greeted everyone warmly.

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    Before the rituals, the Chief Minister received a warm welcome from the members of the Peetham. He was accompanied by YS Subba Reddy and offered prayers at various temples within the premises.

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